A Traveler and his Cat exploring America.





Monday, August 1, 2011

1909


A 1909 No. 3-A Folding Pocket Camera by Eastman Kodak
 We've come a long way in 100 years.


To see more Macro shots go to lisaschaos for Macro Monday .

9 comments:

  1. that's neat. thanks for the look back.

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  2. I have one very much like this. It belonged to my grandfather.

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  3. Would love to find an old one like this.

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  4. very cool very cool! that's a collection I wouldn't mind having is old cameras =)

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  5. Now that's a keeper! Is it yours?

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  6. I'm mad at myself that I missed commenting on this yesterday. then I marked the post in my Reader as "read". sorry about that, because I wanted to say that I love this camera. it is a work of art it's so beautiful. my parents had a similar camera when I was a little girl, and it was the one they used for all family portraits, etc. I kept it for years and then sold it at auction because I just had too much stuff. they just don't make things the way they used to. gorgeous camera.

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  7. Nice look back, and I have a camera like this at home:)

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  8. Awesome. I collect old cameras (and typewriters). This is so cool.

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  9. Yes, so much has changed since this camera was made. Great idea for a macro!

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